What is a Home Inspection and what does this report mean to you?

The purpose of a home inspection is to visually examine the readily accessible systems and components of the home.

Inspectors are not required to move personal property, materials or any other objects that may impede access or limit visibility.

Items that are unsafe or not functioning, in the opinion of the inspector, will be described in accordance with the standards of practice to which the inspectors abide by. This inspection report is not intended as a guarantee, warranty, or an insurance policy.

Because your home is one of the biggest investments you will ever make, use the information in this report and discuss the findings with your real estate agent and family to understand the current condition of the home.


Dick Delaney has extensive backgrounds in all facets of the construction industry, including carpentry, roofing, plumbing and electrical. They continuity attended numerous seminars and educational classes to improve their services and protect the home buyer.

Dick Delany has been doing Business since October of 2001, trained under a NAHI CRI for one year, served as president of a local NAHI chapter, On the board of directors for PHIC, Certified Radon tester, Trained at PSMA for septic testing, Certified by ESA mold testing & ASHI Certified ACI249802